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2024 Research and Analytics Showcase

Explore cutting-edge, educational research at the University of Michigan

Date & Time

May 1, 2024, 4:00 PM - May 1, 2024, 6:00 PM


Center for Academic Innovation – 317 Maynard Street

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Hosted by the Center for Academic Innovation, the Research and Analytics Showcase will celebrate research advancing the future of higher education. Join us for a series of lightning talks featuring researchers in our community, followed by poster presentations from students, faculty, and staff. Poster presentations are open to all University of Michigan community members interested in showcasing their work. Prizes for the top posters will be awarded during the event.

Food and refreshments will be provided.


About Our Speakers

Robin Fowler

Robin Fowler is a Teaching Professor in Technical Communication and an Assistant Research Scientist in Engineering Education at the University of Michigan. She studies teamwork and team-based pedagogy, with a focus on inter-team communication and equity. Fowler is one of the Faculty Innovators behind Tandem, a Center of Academic Innovation tool for supporting students working in teams.

Mark Lindquist

Mark Lindquist, ASLA, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Michigan. His research and teaching focus on the design and evaluation of high-performance landscapes with an emphasis on multifunctional green infrastructure in urban areas. Lindquist uses video game technology and conducts empirical research to provide an evidence base to support the design and planning of environments that perform ecologically, socially, and culturally for more sustainable outcomes.

Annaliese Paulson

Annaliese Paulson is a doctoral candidate in the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education and an Institute of Education Sciences Causal Inference in Education Policy Research Fellow at the University of Michigan. Her research combines natural language processing with student administrative data to examine how student curricular pathways affect what students learn in postsecondary curriculum, student success in college, and the role of postsecondary coursework in labor market outcomes.


Innovation Showcases

Interested in meeting the people building the future of education at the University of Michigan? Our Innovation Showcase series are one-day events featuring the faculty, staff, and students and presenting their work in transforming teaching and learning to support the success of students of today and tomorrow. Innovation Showcases are an opportunity to see the latest research, educational technology tools, innovative pedagogies, and meet fellow innovators via poster sessions, demonstrations, walkthroughs, and more.